Donald Trump’s beachfront estate in Palm Beach, Florida is once again looking for a renter, and that’s after years of trying to land a new resident during its stints for sale. he eight-bedroom, 11-bathroom behemoth has previously listed for $49 million, $59 million and — in terms of rent — for $208,000 a month over the past few years.
Now, as of this week, it’s seeking $195,000 per month for access to its 10,000-plus square feet of space, unobstructed Atlantic views and 200 feet of water frontage, according to its Zillow listing.
The estate borders the former president’s Mar-a-Lago beach club, which “approved occupants” will be granted access to.
Margit Brandt of Premier Estate Properties, who listed the mansion, wouldn’t elaborate to Bloomberg regarding what said approval requires — but did note that “It’s the perfect house for someone who wants to try out Palm Beach.”
The two-story, Bermuda-style property was built in 1956, but has been thoroughly updated in the decades since.
It boasts a patio, a pool, an oceanfront balcony, a sun room, a family room and a library, among other amenities.
Trump’s elder sons, Eric Trump and Donald Trump Jr., are listed as officers of that limited liability company.
According to Trump’s financial disclosure filing last week, a requirement for his 2024 presidential bid, the property turns a yearly profit of between $1 and $5 million and is worth more than $50 million, Bloomberg reported.
This is a significant increase from its purported value in 2021, when Trump said the property was worth $25 to $50 million and brought in $100,001 to $1 million.